Former FBI agent Peter Strzok said Wednesday that he believed history would ultimately view him as a patriot.
Strzok, who was part of both the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian collusion, spoke with MSNBC’s Katy Tur about how he believed history would view him 25 years down the road. (RELATED: ‘Why Don’t They Hire Peter Strzok Too?’: Dean Cain Flames MSNBC For Hiring Lisa Page)
Tur began by asking Strzok whether he was concerned about the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe — particularly whether he thought he might be a potential target in that investigation.
“You have said that you have not been interviewed in the Durham investigation, presumably, we’re pretty far along into it, if not coming to a close,” Tur said, asking, “Are you concerned now that you haven’t been interviewed and that you might be a target?”
Strzok said that he was not really worried about being a target, adding, “I didn’t do anything wrong, let alone illegal, nor did I see anybody else that I worked with doing anything that was inappropriate, so I’m not